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3/5/10: Charles Shubow of says, "Watching the relationship develop between Alfred and Maria is worth snagging a ticket. These two actors portray their characters with amazing alacrity." Read the rest of the review >>

3/5/10: Ben Leiner of Baltimore Friends School calls Let There Be Love "one of the best original shows CENTERSTAGE has produced in years and should not be missed." Read the full review >>

3/4/10: Mike Guiliano reviews Let There Be Love in Explore Howard Times. Read it >>

3/3/10: Avery Brooks is on WJZ's Coffee with Marty Bass and Don Scott. Watch >>

3/3/10: Moses Hubbard, of Mount St. Joseph High School's The Quill, reviews Let There Be LoveRead it >> 

2/24: "Harsh Words, Sweetly Spoken" - John Barry's review of Let There Be Love. Read it! >>

2/24/10: Anna Ditkoff of City Paper reviews Let There Be Love. Read it >>

2/23/: "Bringing this accomplished actor [Brooks] together with the work of one of Britain's most talented and distinctive writers [Kwei-Armah], is a feat of theatrical alchemy." - WYPR's J. Wynn Rousuck on Let There Be Love on WYPR. Listen >>

2/23/10: says "No matter how diverse, every part [in Let There Be Love] seems tailor made for Brooks, smooth as silk around his six-plus-foot frame, and Alfred is no different." 

2/21/10: RadarRedux follows up their interview with Kwame with a review of Let There Be Love.
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2/21/10: Jayne Blanchard from DC Theatre Scene says "CENTERSTAGE lets the sun shine in with a vibrant and splendidly acted production of  Let There Be Love..." 
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2/19/10: The Baltimore Sun's Tim Smith says of Let There Be Love, that "CENTERSTAGE has given the piece such a vibrant showcase."
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2/14/10: Avery Brooks is featured in a profile in The Baltimore Sun.

2/10/10:, a Baltimore arts & culture site, speaks with Kwame Kwei-Armah.
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2/9/10: WYPR's Tom Hall Interviews Kwame Kwei-Armah for Maryland Morning with Sheila Kast: they discuss the role of the artist in society, and about CENTERSTAGE’s production of his latest work, Let There Be Love.
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2/4/10: Marc Steiner at WEAA interviews author of Let There Be Love, Kwame Kwei-Armah.
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2/4/10: Phyllis Zhu of the JHU News-Letter discusses Kwame Kwei-Armah's idea that the arts can effect change.
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1/24/10: Kai Jackson at WJZ interviews Kwame Kwei-Armah about Let There Be Love: they discuss Kwei-Armah's biographical influences, the cast, and more.
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Press Releases

Kwame Kwei-Armah's Let There Be Love Makes American Debut at CENTERSTAGE: Starring Stage and Screen Star Avery Brooks >>
CENTERSTAGE Associate Artist Kwame Kwei-Armah's Let There Be Love will have its American premiere at CENTERSTAGE, Febraury 10th-March 7th. The production will feature veteran stage and television actor Avery Brooks (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Spenser: for Hire).

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Actor Avery Brooks Stars in Let There Be Love >>
CENTERSTAGE Artistic Director Irene Lewis announces that veteran stage and television actor Avery Brooks will join Pascale Armand and Gretchen Hall in the upcoming American premiere of Kwame Kwei-Armah's Let There Be Love, opening February 7th.

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